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Phuture Phillies 2018 Reader Top 30 Poll for the Phillies #20 Prospect

Arquimedes Gamboa was your selection as the #19 prospect in the Phillies’ organization. Gamboa received 92 of the 227 votes cast (41%).  Darick Hall finished second with 32 votes (14%), Kyle Young finished third with 26 votes 11%).

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Open Discussion: Week of January 14, 2018

Still quiet on the hot stove front. The Phillies came to terms with all their arbitration eligible players before the deadline. The Phillies signed a free agent first baseman to a minor league contract.

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Phuture Phillies 2018 Reader Top 30 Poll for the Phillies #5 Prospect

Jhailyn Ortiz was your selection as the #4 prospect in the Phillies’ organization. Ortiz received 89 of 260 votes (34%).  Jorge Alfaro finished second (71 votes, 27%)

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Open Discussion: Week of December 17th

The Phillies’ hot stove season went from low to medium with some transactional activity at the Winter Meetings.  Their stove cranked up to high with a trade and free agent signing on Friday. The Phillies finally completed their major league coaching staff when they announced their first base coach.

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Report Card–Relief Pitching, Lakewood, WIL and GCL

Lakewood Gustavo Armas, 21, Signed as a free agent in 2013; 15 games (7 starts) between Williamsport and Lakewood; 1-4 with a 5.19ERA; 1SV; 52IP 57H 10BB 48K; .277 opp avg; 1.29WHIP; 0.83GO/AO; 1.7BB/8.3K per 9; .318 opp avg last 30 days; Armas struggled after his promotion but threw well for the Crosscutters.  Grade: C; … Continue reading Report Card–Relief Pitching, Lakewood, WIL and GCL →

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Report Card–Starting Pitching–Lakewood, WIL and GCL

Lakewood Luis Carrasco, 22, Signed as a free agent in 2013; 10 starts, 3-3 with a 3.33ERA between Williamsport and Lakewood; 51.1IP 44H 24BB 31K; .230 opp avg; 1.32WHIP; 1.54 GO/AO; 4.2BB/5.4K per 9; 4 starts for Lakewood; 1-3 with a 4.43ERA; .280 opp avg; 1.52WHIP; 4.4BB/4/7K per 9; Adequate season for Carrasco who threw … Continue reading Report Card–Starting Pitching–Lakewood, WIL and GCL →

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Report Card–Relief Pitching–LV, REA, CW

Lehigh Valley Pat Venditte, 32, Signed as a free agent in 2017; 52 games, 9-5 with a 3.36ERA: 2SV; 69.2IP 54H 36BB 69K; .217 opp avg; 1.29WHIP; 0.94 GO/AO; .218 vs LHH, .216 vs RHH, .286 last 30 days; 4.7BB/8.9K per 9; Venditte did a real nice job this year for Lehigh Valley other than … Continue reading Report Card–Relief Pitching–LV, REA, CW →

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Phuture Phillies 2017 Reader Top 30 … #37

Seranthony Dominguez was your selection for the #36 prospect in the organization with 34 of 154 votes (22%).  JoJo Romero (22 votes, 14%) finished second.

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Phuture Phillies 2017 Reader Top 30 Poll for #28

Ricardo Pinto was your selection as the #27 prospect in the Phillies’ organization. Pinto received 81 of 283 votes (29%) for a plurality victory.  Thomas Eshelman (53 votes, 19%) finished in second place, Jesse Valentin (37 votes, 13%) finished third

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Phuture Phillies 2017 Reader Top 30 Poll for #27

Carlos Tocci was your selection as the #26 prospect in the Phillies’ organization. Tocci received 76 of 285 votes (27%) for a plurality victory.

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